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(Barbara Couper is appearing in 'Valmouth' at the Saville Theatre, London)
To be repeated on April 28
Edgar Holt writes on page 7
DURING THE INTERVAL (5.65-6.5 app.): Introduction and Allegro (Ravel): played by Phia Berghout (harp) and the Amsterdam Chamber Music Society on a gramophone record followed by an interlude at 7.4E
Ralph Downes (organ)
Joy Hall (cello)
A Chamber Orchestra including recorders, cornetts, and sackbuts
(Led. by Marie Wilson )
Conducted by Henry Washington
Domine ad adiuvandum; Dixit Dominus ; Nigra sum; Laudate pueri Dominum; Pulchra es; Laetatus sum; Duo Seraphim; Nisi Dominus
by James Joll
Fellow of St. Antony's College. Oxford
A visit to Mexico shocked James Joll into an awareness of how little history a professional historian may know outside his special field of study and showed him the danger of trying to fit an unfamiliar society into any specific historical pattern.
A selection; of unpublished poems chosen and Introduced by Anthony Thwalte
Patricia Beer. Thomas Blackburn
John Hewitt G. W. Ireland , Elizabeth Jennings Phildp Larikin , Christopher Logue George MacBeth , Adrian Mitchell
Olive Gregg , Gary Watson and Alan Wheatley
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